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Frank Oliveto Of Util Group Elected Chairman Of AASA/MEMA Brake Manufacturers Council

Oliveto was elected at the council’s recent annual membership meeting.

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Frank Oliveto, vice president, sales and marketing Americas, Util Group in Concord, Ontario, has been elected president of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) and the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) Brake Manufacturers Council (BMC).
 
Oliveto was elected at the council’s recent annual membership meeting. Other BMC officers elected at the annual meeting include:
· Vice Chairman Walt Britland, director, aftermarket engineering, Federal-Mogul Friction Products, Winchester, Va.
· Second Vice Chairman Terry Heffelfinger, vice president, product engineering, research and development and quality, Brake Parts Inc., McHenry, Ill.
· Secretary Jack Carney, president and CEO, FDP Brakes Inc., Tappahannock, Va.
· Immediate Past Chairman Bob Wilkes, director of product development, Bosch Brake Components LLC
· Managing Director Bill Hanvey, AASA vice president of programs and member services
 
The BMC annual meeting – held in Naples, Fla., in conjunction with the Friction Materials Standards Institute (FMSI) annual meeting – featured a presentation on the outlook for the aftermarket by Paul McCarthy, AASA vice president; an update on brake issues in Washington and the states by Tom Lehner, MEMA vice president public policy; the service provider’s perspective by Tony Molla, vice president communications of ASE; and an update on copper compliance and reporting by Paul Anderson, engineering special projects, NSF.
 
The BMC’s next meeting will convene on Monday, Nov. 4, in the Sands Expo Center in conjunction with the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX).
 
For more information about the AASA/MEMA Brake Manufacturers Council, visit www.brakecouncil.org.

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